The last directions for the 2013 – 2014 Mystery Quilt have been added in the Projects section. Thank you to all who are participating, Jan Taylor, Carol Sullivan, and Cathy Harnisch
Bev, Lin and Susan: Thank you so much for having us along to the
Merrimack Valley quilters this week, and for your attendance at the Mock
Mola workshop this afternoon. The response to the challenge at the
workshop was remarkable, and Cathy was more than satisfied with the
progress you all made. It makes it very rewarding for us to be able to
see what you accomplished. Please do send us a copy of the show and
tell at the June meeting. Individually you may (should) also send
pictures of your finished work. 8-))
all the best, John & Cathy
John Bunge and Cathy Miller
1464 Cranbrook Pl, VICTORIA BC V8P 1Z7 Canada
We dare you to make this year’s Mystery Quilt! Yes, you will have to do some thinking about your quilt design.
Yes, you might even learn something new.
We dare you … We promise it won’t be too hard – how hard can a panel be?
We promise not to make you do too much work over the holidays.
We promise to help you over the phone, or at one of the library sew-ins. You might even like it enough to do it again.
We promise you’ll love your finished quilt.
Part 2 of the 2013 – 2014 Mystery Quilt instructions have been posted on the Projects page.
There will be a very few copies available at the meeting for those without computer/printer access.
Want some help? MysteryQuilt@mvquilters.org or join us at one of the library sew-ins.
So, we dare you … Jan Taylor, Cathy Harnisch and Carol Sullivan
Suzanne Marshall, from St. Louis, taught a class for us on appliqué. Twenty MVQ members enjoyed her teaching skills. Here you see her on the floor showing how she does appliqué and the second photo is a close up of her technique where she does stitching around her appliqué to enhance the items. She also taught a class on hand quilting where she gave many tips and techniques and shared almost 25 types of batting to try and quilt through.